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Intestinal parasites,hookworms,roundworms,whipworm

Intestinal Parasites

Hookworms, roundworms and whipworms are intestinal parasites that live and grow inside your pets intestines. There may be the loss of appetite, vomiting, or weight loss; sometimes the adult worm is visable in the pets stool or they may vomit the worms. Some pets show no signs. Your veterinarian will recommend a treatment to eliminate and help prevent intestinal parasites.  These infections may be passed from animal to animal and animal to human. Preventions include:  puppies and kittens dewormed; keep pets on preventitive programs; keep outside area free from animal waste; and wash hands after cleaning up feces.

Heartworm disease in canine an felines

Heartworm Disease

Canine and Felines develop heartworm disease when the pet is bitten by a mosquito that is carrying the heartworm larvae. While it is feeding, it is depositing the larvae which eventually gets into the pets bloodstream. Within six to seven months, the larvae have migrated to the heart and lung vessels. Adult heartworms can grow to 10-12 inches. Your veterinarian will advise you how to treat heartworm disease and the most importantly, heartworm prevention.

Heartworm and Flea/Tick preventions

Heartworm and Flea/Tick Preventions

Revolution ~ Canine & Feline:  prevents & controls flea infestations, prevents heartworm infection, treats & controls ear mites, sarcoptic mites and controls American Dog Tick infestations

Trifexis ~ Canine:  prevents heartworm disease, kills fleas & prevents infestations, treats hookworm, roundworm & whipworm infections

Heartgard ~ Canine:  prevents heartworm disease, treats & controls roundworm and hookworms

Frontline Plus ~ Canine & Feline:  kills and prevents fleas, ticks and chewing lice

Comfortis ~ Canine & Feline:  kills and prevents fleas

deciduous "baby" teeth in canine and felines

Deciduous Teeth

Deciduous "Baby" Teeth sometimes do not fall out on their own.  Usually at the time of the spay or neuter, these teeth are extracted.  This will help prevent any problems that may occur as they get older.

zoonosis diseases, rabies, giardia, leptospirosis

Zoonosis

Zoonosis (Zoonotic Disease) refers to a disease that can be passed from an animal to a human.  A few of these are rabies, giardia, roundworms, leptospirosis, and ringworm.

spay and neuter your dogs and cats

Reasons to Spay or Neuter Your Pet

  • your pet will live a longer, healthier life
  • major health benefits for your male companion
  • your female won't go into heat
  • your male dog won't want to roam away from home and behave much better
  • helps control pet overpopulation